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Higher interest likely, impact unsure

An increase in interest rates would have varying impacts in Miami-Dade County, experts say. A local mortgage-lending firm said that, overall, a hike in interest rates would be negative for mortgage lenders and borrowers and would hinder…

Vision Of Homestead Art Hub Fueled By Exlincoln Team

A team that revitalized Lincoln Road as a center for the arts plans an encore in Homestead's historic district. …

Filming In Miami

Filming in Miami is the only compilation of motion picture, television, still and commercial shoots in Greater Miami. Shoots are listed by licensing jurisdiction. These filming permits were issued last…

Telecom Application For Gables Cables Ruled Incomplete

Coral Gables commissioners have put off consideration of a license agreement between a telecommunications company and the city to operate a phone and Internet system.…

Bal Harbour Shops Continues Climb In Upscale Sales

Bal Harbour Shops reaped the benefits of a soaring economy in the high-end fashion market with a 21.2% increase in sales in March compared to March 1999, said Stanley Whitman,…

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Gtmayoral Authority Plan Gets Mixed Reviews In Commission

A plan by Miami-Dade Mayor Alex Penelas for an independent authority to operate Miami International Airport is poised to create a rift in the county commission, with numerous commissioners already…

County Team Set To Endorse Firm For Metrozoo Master Plan

A county selection committee has recommended the county manager negotiate with one of five firms vying to develop a new master plan for Metrozoo.…

Gusman Leaks Prompt Plea For Advance

A leaky roof in downtown's Gusman theater has prompted Art Noriega, executive director of the Miami Parking System, to seek an advance on a $3.9 million grant designated for theater…

Local Blasting Ordinance Blasted Away By State Bill

Debate over a controversial blasting ordinance was delayed by the Miami-Dade County Commission Tuesday by news that a state bill awaiting the governor's signature would preempt Miami-Dade's authority to regulate…

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